Hi, I'm just wondering what would be a good order to place my pedals so that they don't crackle or brake up.

I'd prefer decent cleans, with endless sustaining fuzz.

Here's my gear.

Epiphone Sheraton (It's a hollowbody with humbuckers)
Boss TU-2
Maxon OD808
Maestro MFZ-1 Fuzz
MXR Micro amp

Into a Hotrodded Deville (Don't hate), usually.

When I'm practicing I use a 1 watt fender amp, though I doubt that matters, because it takes pedals horribly anyway.
Quote by Zoot Allures
You'll be needing a noise gate methinks. I haev a hollowbody and any amount of fuzz makes it feedback a lot.

I was dreading that answer, but you're probably right, haha.

On another note, does anyone recommend using overdrive at the same time as a fuzz pedal?
Last edited by Alexjestermusic at Jun 2, 2010,
Quote by Damaged Roses
Search in Gibson's web page, they have a very good article about placing pedals in order

Thanks, checking that out now.
i do enjoy me some obscene allllmost out of control hollowbody feedback

i do my muff into my od. it can be useable or just extremely feedback-y depending how you set it. i think the overused addage "do whatever sounds best" applies full force here though when it comes to dirt pedal chains
'87 Fender Strat
Oscar Schmidt Archtop
Laney LC15R
Thanks for both of the last two answers. I'm going to experiment now, along with what that guide said, haha.